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, michael cardozo. and tomorrow is the opening statement. >> yes. >> what can we expect? >> the u.s. attorney will get up and he will explain what the u.s. government intends to prove and the will talk about the four different counts of perjury. and also obstruction of justice. he will outline each one of those, very carefully. for example, one is that barry bonds " they say tonight in front of a grand jury that he had been injected other than by a doctor. there are witnesses that come in and say no. you enwere injected by crack into the stomach. others will, and you were injected cash by greg anderson-- >> and please keep in mind, that they have no proof. >>pam: some of these witnesses, you mentioned craig anderson who is spent in jail for proof refusing to testify. >> he will be in court at 11:00 a.m. keep in mind, that all these people for example, he did about four differen months in jail, and also he is already served 13.5 months in federal prison for not testifying. , if he refuses again. the judge will put him back into jail until this trial is over. >>pam: kimberly belton, k
close enough to make an impact. they cannot get close enough. the first flight of u.s. citizens left japan. in the u.s. citizens that have chosen to stay are requested to leave the area within 50 mi. are around that. >> we have driven this out, 1, 2, 3, 4, all four reactors. we will show you where these possible toxic levels are going. the first thing to keep in mind is that to keep this to the bay area. this has to be very high up. this gold aero will give you an idea. this is representing 1 mi. tall minimum. of those particles would need to be before they could make it and even make it perhaps three times that to make a meaningful impact. as we look through the 20 mi. no plighfly zone. and it is even recommended of a 50 mi. zone recommended by americans. this wind pattern has bencarrying this to the jets stream and it went through the alaskan islands. as we remind you that on thursday, there is a big storm in the pacific which is greek force us. that moisture is causing real active to going through the pacific. by tomorrow, that radioactivity--when it makes landfall there should be
on a scale of 7. that is the same level off as the three mile island accident in the united states. u.s. officials say japan situation seems to be much more serious. this a reactor for may have a crack in its floor making it more difficult to refill the cooling cool. the first line of radiation has turned up in california. the united nations diplomat said it was detected by a quick been in sacramento which is used to enforce the international nuclear test ban. they said they want a billion times below a health hazard level. jonathan blum has been keeping an eye on the radiation flint. >>jonathan: this is the power plant, four reactors all in trouble. a reactor to a crack in the containment pool and reactor for files and the fuel storage unit. all this causing particles to rise in the air. if you zoom out, you could see the big zero on the screen that's a narrow that is a mile tall. that shows how high the particles have to get in order to make their way along the pacific ocean. what carries them along as the jet stream. that is the when that goes from west east all the way around the ea
founded the u.s. government is now installing more air monitors on the west coast. >>terisa: in the next few weeks the epa plans to install about 30 more of these devices. this one is in san francisco. experts explain the device works by collecting hair samples and sending the data to a testing site to the u.s.. scientists then run a battery of tests, some of the test look for gamma radiation and particulates that concern associated with the nuclear plant meltdown. although japan is 5,000 mi. away, a spokesperson with the bay area air quality management tells kron 4 news that in the past, the air monitors have been able to detect coal dust from china. besides stationary system such as this one in the air quality management in the city, the epa also has mobile units. some of those are already being rolled out right now to western states. in oakland, kron 4 news. >>pam: stay with kron 4 for continuing coverage of the nuclear meltdown threat. at 530 the impact it could have on the japanese and u.s. economy. new tonight at 5:10 p.m. the shooting at mcdonald's and san jose, the fears in the n
melting down. the u.s. military is watching down aircraft as they returned to the air base in western tokyo. the spokesman said the precaution is to reassure personnel and not because of the imminent help the search. today, nissan said it will not be able to restart its japanese assembly line for a least a couple of weeks. if honda announced today, it is cutting production at its u.s. plants because of the shortage of components from japan. tokyo trotted some american dealers that some parts cannot be delivered. a toyota said some of its parts cannot be reordered. >>catherine: rubbles and libya are getting hammered, even with help from the native coalition they are losing ground again in the fight against khaddafi. these are scenes of the rebels near tripoli today. they might not able to oppose the libyan leader on less international air strikes go even further in taking out the forces. secretary of state hillary clinton is in london, world leaders are there and trying to decide how best help the rebels and protect civilians. if clinton suggested air strikes will continue as long as k
problem. it today the u.s. bombs the wreckage to destroy anything that may might get into the wrong hands. there is a protest is getting under way in san francisco, we see the group. it's happening at the federal building on seventh and mission. this group is calling for the u.s. to stop bombing libya. it was organized by the cancer coalition. if the organizers describing the attack on libya as cowardly sing the u.s. should not be getting into another conflict. >>jacqueline: a live look outside from our roof cam this afternoon. queasiness few sunbreaks here and there but were also seeing a few scattered showers. they will continue as we head into the evening. scattered showers will continue through some of the overnight hours as well. a little bit of law in the 2:00 hour, mostly dry conditions but the strong storm within telling about, is going to start coming ashore at the 6:00 at work. watch how much worse this will get, by adm moderate to heavy rain for the north bay and this is great during the morning to you. give yourself extra time out there tomorrow morning to get to work or schoo
brought to , live. let me mention that the u.s. is not going to bring ground troops. no air strikes and another big item is that there is going to be a transition from the u.s. led mission to the nato. please listen and. >> some nations will be able to turn a blind eye to atrocities. the united states is different. as president, i refuse to wait to the images of mass graves in slaughter before taking action. >>reporter: that was president obama, will keep going through that speech and free the the highlights as the news continues. grant lotus, kron 4 news. >> brian: a gorgeous day the rain is out the sunshine is and and gusting winds through san jose. when speeds at 15-20 m.p.h. temperatures in the mid-60's when the speech at 15 m.p.h.-20 m.p.h., 60s through vallejo, of fremont. a bit cooler to oakland, san francisco, 50s. tomorrow, a weather system that is coming our way. it will be staying to the north. we will see clouds and possibly a sprinkle in the northern sonoma county. any significant rainfall is to the north of the bay area. sunshine on wednesday, and even gusting winds 25
the coast. near sendai the u.s. geological survey operative this to 9.0 fourth largest earthquake since 1900. christine connolly shows us some of this new video coming in from this devastation. >> this is video from the coast as this tsunami moves in with the waves so big a swallow of these boats. this is from a coastal town where people are running for higher ground it only takes a few seconds for the quick moving water to take over this area. here, the roof of a home. other homes behind it a flying through the water. in another piece of the video from a cellphone. watch as the water quickly moves towards them. one minute later, this house is rushing towards where they are standing. the our people that are screaming. there are people that are screaming-desk in the aftermath, take a look at this man, standing on top of his truck waiting for somebody to rescue him. people standing on top of what ever they could with nothing but a sea of water around them. christine connolly. >> oh my gosh! look! >> holy crap. welow, wow, oh my gosh! >> he is in english teacher in japan. during this earthquake
identified that the true identity was exposed. the u.s. has a significant problem with radicals. i am a muslim. and i realize that it is my problem and christians, jews, non- moslems cannot solve non- muslim radicals. the first elected member of congress tearfully described the sacrifices of a muslim american after the 911 attacks. placing the blame on the minority of muslims. >> it is true, the specific individuals including some that are muslims are violent extremists. however, these are individuals, not entire communities. >> also islamic relations with the washington-based advocacy group tried to silence the concern of radicalization. a claim that they strongly tonight. in washington, samantha hayes, kron 4 news. >>catherine: in world news, the fighting in libya is showing no signs of stopping. fierce clashes with strategic portal communities and losing ground-oil--and being on the dramatic front with france is the first country to formally recognize the rebel council. secretary of state to deliver clinton is going to be heading over and meet with opposition leaders were she goes
the state's 53 states. >>catherine: major gunfight in st. louis happened early today. two u.s. marshals and a police officer all of them tried to serve an arrest warrant when this happened. what was over the man they're trying to wrest a shot and killed. a u.s. marshal shot in the head he is in critical condition. two other officers were injured. a woman described as a troubled single mother pleaded guilty to a terrace of conspiracy today. facing up to 15 years in prison, she is accused of accepting an invitation to move to ireland to help ford a muslim holy war. angry about a bill that would limit collective bargaining rights. a similar to wisconsin. people both for and against the rally showed up. two people killed in a plane crash in atlanta today, the plane went down in this wooded area west of a small local airport in henry county. this is close to a nascar race track. not clear what caused this crash. and oil spill in ventura county today, a landslide caused the pipe line to break open still in the oil into the water along the pacific coast highway. it was a huge but 55 gal., a cl
for the u.s.. he says that the signer steroids have been more popular more athletes try to build muscle and avoid detection. the side effects with acne, balding, testicle shrinkage, impotence, and herexcessive hai rage faugh hair growth, and hand feet and head could be increased size. the defense is saying that there is not enough studies to provide his findings. future prosecution witnesses will take the stand and say that barry bonds exhibited many of these side affects that powers speaks of. at the federal courthouse. dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> with the rain increasing bay area wide. how much longer? coming up. but trying to grow grass from seed in tough areas like deep shade, along the driveway, and where the kids play can be a little intimidating... until now. with scotts ez seed. it's scotts best grass seed, starter fertilizer and a growing material that absorbs water and expands to surround and protect the seeds, you'll get a thick, green scotts lawn even if you've never been successful with other seed before. the revolutionary scotts ez seed. grow grass anywhere. >>catherine: w
: you at the u.s. attorney for the entire country and the presence in the can't defend the mayor jack. now you have the governor of california and the attorney general saying that this ban should be overturned and they should start merriam same-sex couples immediately. a lot of political power getting thrown into the argument. now we have to wait for the judges and you see what they do. it's up to the judges. people are definitely weighing and. >>louisa: getting ready for an intense winter storm. it looks like it will bring some really strong winds and a lot of moisture back with the storm system there could be the potential for some flash flooding as we head into the evening. i will have more detail about this and the timing of the storm coming up in a few minutes. >>pam: tonight at 5:10 p.m., side boxing: scare as a cherry picker plunges into the earth in san francisco. 5:25 p.m., big bucks how youtube is helping sell users' cash and and how you could make extra money to. 5:45 p.m. i pad height, apple said to make a big announcement that what we're hearing about that possibility of
from japan return home. what they're saying about being back on u.s. soil. off at 5:45 p.m., to air man saved after their plane crashes in libya. how they survived. plus, the growing strife in libya. at 550 p on the link some people will go to save money on gasoline and why could be causing prices to coming up. hey marcel, watch this! hey marcel, watch this! [ buzzer sounds ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hey marcel, watch this! yeah, marcel! -marcel! -hey marcel! are you listening to me? marcel! [ male announcer ] don't miss a second of ncaa march madness with my multiview, only from at&t u-verse. just $29 a month for the first 6 months. dvr included. in the network there are no hard choices. >>pam: 11 days after the devastating earthquake in tsunami, japan's government says the number of confirmed deaths has topped 9000. nearly 14,000 are still missing. the region is being wracked by strong aftershocks, there were four today > magnitude 6. the news from the crippled nuclear power plant is a little more encouraging. repair crews have restore electrical conditions. the lights in the conta
offshore, u.s. navy ships are getting replenishment supplies of weapons. the deal, administration is not saying whether any of them are going to the rebels. in its public statements, the president is remaining noncommittal. >> on not rolling out and not rolling in it. >> the foreign minister became the highest-ranking minister of decide to switch sides. he flew to london and cities along or willing to support libyas current government. stay with us more news after the break. ♪ you'll run outside ♪ and i'll pass you by ♪ ♪ i want to see the sunshine ♪ ♪ take me where you are ♪ take me where you are ♪ afternoon ride ♪ afternoon ride [ male announcer ] now everyone can explore the world from home. get high speed internet from at&t, just $14.95 a month for 12 months. ♪ but thieves can steal your identity. turning your life upside down in a matter of seconds. hi. hi. you know i can save you 15% today if you open up a charge card account with us. you just read my mind. [ male announcer ] just one little piece of information and they can open bogus accounts, steal
's already that. u.s. department of energy says there's a 25% that the nation will have a $4 mark during the summer driving season. the national average is currently $3 and to do 2¢ a gallon. california and hawaii in prices are the highest in the nation at $3.92 a gallon on average. in the bay even higher at $3.96 a gallon. to help to battle the soaring fuel prices. our internet reporter is here with a look at a few free mobile gas caps. >>kimberlee: these apps can help you save money and they add up. the first app we have this triple a's trick tech. it's shows a map of all the gas stations in the area and that with the click on any given gas station the prices and directions to the station will opposite as well. it's only available on the i phone and the same goes for the cheap gas at. it displays o list of the stations in the order of lowest prices. while it doesn't give the directions it shows the current location of your phone over the station is. gas buddy, this is the best at and it's available for free an android, windows and i phone. it can be configured to show the list of gas
for the fbi, u.s. attorney's office the, the drug enforcement agency, the irs and the california department of justice shut down the card club in the predawn hours. a customers and workers to shut out club could be closed down for few days. stayed wide protest today engaged school cuts is being called a day of action. these are scenes. protests all over the state in the bay area today from san jose, oakland and into berkeley. crowds turned out. jeff pierce was in berkeley today. >>jeff: these oakland elementary students were part of many demonstrations in the east bay. (cheering & applause) >>jeff: these high school students walked out of class and made the journey to join oakland high school student along with campus organizers at the university of california at berkeley plots of where rally of experienced demonstrators growing crowd of support. >> quality public education for everyone. >>jeff: many of those that demonstrated against have issues on the campus and one day of national action would not be enough. in berkeley, jeff kron 4 news. >>pam: many of the people protesting the pink sli
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